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PCA bones

skeletal

TermDefinition
bone which covers the brain cranium
flat bone in front of chest sternum
these surround the thoracic cavity ribs
upper arm bone humerus
bone in forearm on thumb side radios
bone in forearm on same side as little finger ulna
triangular-shaped fused vertebrae at base of spine sacrum
last bone of spin often referred to as tailbone coccyx
thigh bone femur
shin bone tibia
lateral bone in lower leg fibula
bones in fingertips and ends of toes phalanges
ilium, ischium, pubis pelvis
bones that make up the spine vertebrae
uppermost vertebra atlas
number of cervical vertebrae 7
number of thoracic vertebrae 12
number of lumbar vertebrae 5
rear skull bone occipital
skull bones that form the top and sides of the cranium parietal
skull bone that forms the forehead frontal
skull bone that forms side of the head near the ears temporal
the immovable joints between the bones of the skull sutures
this bone is known as the shoulder blade scapula
collarbone clavicle
small bones of the hand carpal bones
small bones of the foot tarsal bones
fibrous bands that connect bones to other bones ligaments
Created by: ballantynec